Paris Pullman Cinema
65 Drayton Gardens,
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Located in the west London inner city district of Fulham. Dating from 24th January 1911 when it opened as Bolton’s Picture Playhouse. All seating was on a single floor. Cinema use continued until after World War II when it became a live theatre, known as Bolton’s Theatre Club.
The facade was reconstructed in 1955 to a ‘modern’ design, and it re-opened on 3rd November 1955 as the Paris Pullman Cinema. It was a first-class art house, just around the corner from the Forum Cinema/ABC/Cineworld Fulham Road. The Paris Pullman Cinema was closed on 8th May 1983 with Rosel Zech in “Veronika Voss”, directed by Rainer Werner Fassbinder. The cinema, together with an adjacent petrol station was demolished.
A block of flats named Pullman Court was built on the site.
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